Young people aspire to work in healthcare; MERS patient expected to recover, docs say;

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> Women will comprise up to one-third of new CEO appointments at the world's largest companies by 2040, according to a study from Stragegy&. Study

> Seven of the top 25 organizations for which millennials would like to work are healthcare organizations, according to a National Society of High School Scholars poll of more than 12,000 high school students, college students and young professionals. Poll

> Doctors expect the first U.S. patient diagnosed with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) to recover and go home from the hospital soon, according to a Reuters report. Article

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> One provision tucked into Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' proposed Inpatient Prospective Payment System proposed rule would push hospitals further down the road toward price transparency. Article

> Rural hospitals, battered in recent years by declining patient censuses and straitened cash flow, now turn to larger hospital systems for financial support, the Buffalo News reported. Article

And Finally… Homeward bound. Article

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